Culture

People to pray for healing America at Jubileefest,

This coming July 29th – August 1st weekend is sure to be one of the biggest weekend festivals for Christians ever to take place. Jubileefest, an outdoor Christian festival, will attract over one million believers to Houston, Delaware, with the mission to pray for the healing of America. Over 65 musicians, seven entertainers, and nine […]

-Read More


Hospital visit leads to salvation

John Napier couldn’t believe what he was seeing. Here his father was, dying in the hospital, and in walked Derek Spain, pastor of Lake Placid Baptist Church, who had driven more than two hours to visit him. “It kind of astounded me that this guy drove five hours total that day just to see my […]

-Read More


Book review

“The Gospel doesn’t just ignite the Christian life; it’s the fuel that keeps the Christian going every day.” Tullian Tchividjian brings fresh perspective to the Old Testament story of Jonah, in his new book Surprised by Grace; God’s Relentless Pursuit of Rebels. Crossway Books is scheduled to release it May 31. The central character is […]

-Read More


Tullian Tchividjian interview on new book

There is no easy way to combine two separate organizations. Tullian Tchividjian, the new pastor at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, learned this very difficult lesson first hand during the summer and fall of 2009. As he stepped into the pulpit of the late Dr. D. James Kennedy, founder of Coral Ridge […]

-Read More


Former Gymnast: Unfavorable Odds

Kim Hamilton Anthony was never your typical world-class gymnast; she wasn’t white, didn’t come from a middle- or upper-class family, and was labeled too tall to be a gymnast. The award-winning athlete shares her painful past and her journey to a purposeful life in her newly released autobiography, Unfavorable Odds. While watching Nadia Comaneci perform […]

-Read More


Dallas Jenkins to release film, What If

Dallas Jenkins didn’t grow up spending hours sitting in front of a television or movie screen – his parents monitored how much TV time was allotted to their children. But as a young teen, Dallas got a glimpse of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, starring Jack Nicholson in one of his most impassioned performances. […]

-Read More


Tebow at YMCA’s prayer breakfast

From the Plantation High School Step team to the balloons at the Boca Raton Resort and Club, it was a Super Bowl-type atmosphere at the Eighth Annual Prayer Breakfast for the YMCA of South Palm Beach County. Bob and Pam Tebow, the parents of former Heisman Trophy-winning University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, addressed over […]

-Read More


Love and War by John and Stasi Eldredge

“We live in a love story, set in the midst of a war. Love is our destiny, and all hell is set against it,” write John and Stasi Eldredge in their latest book, Love and War. Written in classic Wild at Heart style, the reader is drawn in early. We are characters in a story […]

-Read More


A review of The Book of Eli

Several weeks ago, I joined some Christian friends and headed out to see The Book of Eli. I have long been a fan of Denzel Washington, and was curious to see how this movie was going to portray the Christian faith. Known in Hollywood today for his strong Christian beliefs, Washington grew up in the […]

-Read More


NFL, Michael Oher, The Blind Side

Michael Oher, offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, missed out on earning the NFL’s top honor for a rookie, but pitched Sandra Bullock to win the Oscar for playing the part of his adoptive mother, Leigh Anne Tuohy, in The Blind Side. Just days before Super Bowl XLIV in South Florida, Oher fielded reporters’ questions […]

-Read More